Dulia



[doo-lahy-uh, dyoo-] /duˈlaɪ ə, dyu-/

noun, Roman Catholic Theology.
1.
veneration and invocation given to saints as the servants of God.
/ˈdjuːlɪə/
noun
1.
the veneration accorded to saints in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Churches, as contrasted with hyperdulia and latria

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